defluorination

defluorination

[dē‚flu̇r·ə′nā·shən]
(chemistry)
Removal of fluorine.
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(19) It is thought defluorination has contributed to the lack of photoreactivity and skin sensitization found with ozenoxacin, and that S.
This tracer has high selectivity and metabolic stability against troublesome in vivo defluorination [16].
Pesin et al., "Kinetic of poly(vinylidene fluoride) defluorination under X-ray irradiation," Journal of Surface Investigation.
Nevertheless, the proximity of the muscle injury to the tibial bone led to unspecific signal uptake due to possible defluorination of the radiotracer.
[[sup.18]F]T808 (also known as [[sup.18]F]AV-680) exhibits defluorination, which will affect the quantitative analysis of PET images especially for regions near the skull [11].
THJ-2201 primarily undergoes oxidative defluorination and subsequent carboxylation and glucuronidation.
The R133a results from defluorination of R-134a followed by chlorination to form the R133a.
Gefinitib has three biotransformation pathways such as metabolism of the N-propyl morpholine group, demethylation of the quinazoline methoxy substituents, and oxidative defluorination of the halogenated phenyl group classes.
Thus, it appears that, after the formation of sodium 1H,1H,2H,2H-perfluorooctan-1 -oxide, the alkoxide attacks the hydrogen on the [beta]-carbon atom of another molecule causing defluorination and the formation of NaF.
The absence of accumulation in bone indicated that defluorination of 18 F-ML-10 did not occur.
This phenomenon is attributed to the effects of defluorination at high temperature.